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I've had my dog Toby for around four years, and over that time I've noticed that he is incredibly bright. He learnt how to sit in five minutes, understands tricky commands and shows high levels of empathy. But I wonder sometimes whether Toby is bored- we have a second dog who keeps him interested, but when she's not around he can get very sulky. Anyone got any tips on how to keep bright dogs interested with games and challenges etc.? Any (relevant) suggestions welcome :wave:
 

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I've had my dog Toby for around four years, and over that time I've noticed that he is incredibly bright. He learnt how to sit in five minutes, understands tricky commands and shows high levels of empathy. But I wonder sometimes whether Toby is bored- we have a second dog who keeps him interested, but when she's not around he can get very sulky. Anyone got any tips on how to keep bright dogs interested with games and challenges etc.? Any (relevant) suggestions welcome :wave:
language learning... It's always worked for me.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lE8SLv6GMXE

I teach a lot more than the names of toys though.
 
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